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Old 04-21-2021, 03:12 PM
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Same here. Thank you for your purchase.
Something that I discovered after posting the YouTube videos is that the TuckPucks work better mounted on something really solid. I mount mine on plate steel. They aren't as effective mounted on something with some "give" , like a wood workbench. Also, a mallet with a good bit of mass is more effective at bringing up a tuck. Pat uses a arbor press in conjunction with a TuckPuck. That works very effectively.
Carey Culpepper

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